A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy clothes, handbags, shoes, and other items to sell.


Talent Group's story

This is 36-year-old Keryline from Murehwa, a village 75 km northeast from the capital city Harare. She is widowed with two children, both attending school. Keryline runs a clothing business selling clothes, footwear, bags, hair products and blankets. The business has been in operation for three years. She says the main challenge faced is lack of working capital to buy enough clothing, so as not to continue traveling in order to buy stocks. Keryline has requested a loan of $300 to buy blouses, tracksuits, bags, boots and hair products for resale. She says the extra income generated as a result of this loan will allow her improve the family's general welfare. In the future Keryline plans to operate a large retail outlet. The group consists of five members but the fifth member did not apply to borrow and so only four members applied for a loan. The fifth member is the one on the far right side(in white T-shirt) on the group photo.

In this group: Keryline, Sarudzai, Mavis, Aida
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